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of the northern virginia, the shenandoah valley, most of maryland, only near 50 degrees. including prince george's and montgomery counties. arlington and fairfax near 50. reagan national at 59. right on the bay the waters, it near 60. then for your lunch hour, delightful, sunny and mild in the low to mid-70s. then beginning to cloud up by midafternoon into the upper 70s. sunset at 7:12. by then, it should be all cloudy and back down to the low 70s. rain moving in after that. perhaps by midnight. and it does look like it's going to be a bit turbulent tomorrow. details on that coming up. i'm back in ten minutes with a hometown forecast. danella is here with your first 4 traffic. good morning. >> good morning, tom. >>> we're going to start it off with a look at chopper 4. over 355 at grovener. right now the crash involves two cars. waiting for a look from chopper 4. i'll give you an update on this accident in ten minutes. also watching the other accident we've been talking about for some time, northbound in fredericksburg. i-95 northbound. left lane is blocked at 17th because of the crash there. st
central virginia and into the south. much farther south and west, we've got a developing rain storm coming our ray late tonight. between now and then, we'll stay dry. off to a chilly start. it's only near 50 in montgomery county. much of fairfax county, prince george's, and southern maryland. up near the bay waters, near 60. reagan national, 61. the chilly 40s. panhandle of west virginia, chilly and into the mountains. by 6:00 a.m., still a chill in the air, only around 50. sunrise by 6:02. tonight sunny, mild, nice, rapid warmup. we ought to be low to mid-70s by noontime. and upper 70s to near 80 as clouds increase south and west. going mostly cloudy by late afternoon, going back down to the mid-70s by then. i'm back with a hometown forecast in ten minutes. danella is here now with the morning traffic. good morning. >> good morning, tom. >>> checking the roadways, if you're traveling in virginia, construction continues again today. right now it's a race on the inner loop as you make your way just past i-66. only one lane will get you by the work zone there. outer loop, usual work zone her
, tom. >>> traveling along i-66 in virginia, heading out there right now. volume very, very light. travel lanes are open as you make your way from the bypass and continue towards the beltway, you are clear. here's a live look at 50 eastbound here. seeing a little more volume than westbound. again, nothing to worry about. inside the beltway on i-66, clear as well. here's a look at spout run parkway. eastbound and westbound, no accidents to report. checking the rails for you. not seeing any reported delays just yet. back over to you both. >> thank you, danella. >>> 5:12. 61 degrees. you'll notice changes on the menu if you're stopping at mcdonald's on the way to work. mcdonald's on the way to work. >>s will, the royal family is this msage. experiences classrooms. sizes don't matter... by 20%. teaching to some test... he personally cannot relate to. education, to want the very best public education system for your children. sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering mcdonald's on the way to work. >>s will, the royal family is sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering so, i
to encroach into southwestern virginia, southern west virginia. the clouds coming in ahead of the storm system. you can see the main storms in the deep south with most of the heavy rain reaching into tennessee and the rest of kentucky. hour by hour, rain chances increase. we'll talk about when the storm will peak late in the the day tomorrow. >>> the walt -- baltimore city school system has hired a cheating detective company. the company will look at 8,000 test booklets from 2009 to 2010. the school system is investigating cheating. the school's chief was involved. >>> things inial assessment of educational progress tested thousands of students in 8th and 12th grade. they were asked to do writing assignments in three areas. now on average female students in the eighth grade scored 150. guys scored 140. in the 12 ged grade female students 157 compared to the male of 143. they believe one of the reasons for such differences is girls actually like writing better than boys. >> okay. >>> orioles are in seattle after losing two out of three in oakland and falling a game off of new york. tickets woul
into the evening is when we will definitely be on storm watch. >> we are falling breaking news from virginia. authorities are investigating a murder-suicides that left two people dead and another with a gunshot wound. we do have a crew on the way. check back with us for more on the developing story. police are on an active scene in the district. there is a barricade situation going on. it is at 13th and congress. it involves an overnight shooting. the neighborhood is on lockdown. sam ford is live with the latest. >> i am in congress park in southeast washington. it remains on lockdown, as it has been since early this morning. police fire, and ambulance are on the scene as the swat team looks for shooting suspects. it started around midnight with another shooting in the neighborhood. a young male victim was seriously wounded by gunfire. police determined other young males were the shooters or knew something. they would not come out. the district police called in the swat team. the neighbors have been shut down since this morning. residents complained some people were trapped in their homes. s
news4's northern virginia bureau chief julie carey is live with the latest update. >> reporter: you can see behind me the scene is about two miles down the road and a little ways off the highway. that is where a man shot and killed his mother, shot his sister before turning the rifle on himself, and taking his own life. the spotsylvania county sheriff's department is trying to figure out why it happened. on the rural road that leads to the chancellorsville battlefield, the aftermath of a family tragedy. the spotsylvania county sheriff's department got a 911 call around1:30 p.m. >> i heard them. i heard three shots. she heard three. another neighbor thought there were four. >> reporter: the sheriff's department arrived at the two-story blue/gray house and found two people dead outside, another still alive after suffering two gunshot wounds. >> so far it is a domestic situation. the deceased that we have right now is a son and a mother. right now it appears that for some unknown reason, the son fired upon his mother. >> reporter: the 43-year-old man had also shot his 51-year-old siste
virginia, just north and east of charleston. we've got more heavy rain that sits down to the south. and you'll see a slice there through chicago, that's the cold front. so you've got the cold front, and gulf of mexico moisture all coming together to meet us tomorrow. here's a look at what you can expect. our worst weather will be between 3:00 and 10:00 p.m. one to two inches of rain. gusts to 35 miles per hour. and yes, that means we could see some power outages around the area. for anyone driving, when it really comes down tomorrow, heavy and hard, that means reduced visibility on area roads. we will not be the only ones dealing with this storm system. this will affect areas from down south up to the north. there's the cold front coming through. by tomorrow morning we'll be left with some -- or by wednesday morning, we'll be left with some sunshine and a partly sunny sky. for this evening, showers developing, 67 to 72 degrees. for tomorrow morning, yes, it's going to be wet. you'll need the umbrella, 66 to 72 your temperature. not too bad. and tomorrow is going to be one of those days when
mosques in virginia. worshipers at the shenandoah valley and harrisburg found graffiti on the building. on wednesday, the windows of 30 cars were smashed at a mosque near falls church. authorities are looking into whether these incidents are related to anti-u.s. protests sparked by a film for trying to profit mohammad. in beirut, the leader of the militant hezbollah group urged the process to continue. earlier protests in afghanistan said fires near a u.s. military base and demonstrators clashed with police in pakistan and indonesia. >> this is about politics and world power. this is about what is taking place in these countries. a tremendously complex and painful transition. >> nato has scaled back operations with afghan policeman to reduce local tensions and the risk of insider attacks. >> mitt romney is rebuilding his campaign. after recent polling shows that president obama is making gains. the president is during battleground states this week. we have the latest on the campaign. >> donna, the president announced a new crackdown on china and iran the camp is pursuing a new strategy
and the west. we're beginning to see some sprinkles develop in virginia. most of the rain is back in tennessee and kentucky. most of the daytime hours today look dry. one more nice day. more details coming up in just a few minutes. >> fire investigators are working to figure out what started a deadly fire. this happened on woodland avenue. >> kim dacey has the latest on the investigation. >> fire investigators are expected to be back at the home today searching for a cause. just after 5:00 sunday morning, firefighters were called to the 2900 block of woodland avenue in northwest baltimore. >> they arrived on the scene to find heavy fire and smoke conditions coming from the rear of that structure. we did learn that three of the occupants in the home escaped without any injury. unfortunately, one adult man did not. apparently, he perished in that fire. preliminarily, we believe it to be due to smoke inhalation and burns. >> the man's body was found on the first floor of the home. his family is still trying to deal with the shock of losing him. they say he was a huge sports fan, looking forward t
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canceled event. he will speak before the u.s. chamber of commerce in angeles. virginia senator mark warner m kaine will hit the road of the commonwealth .oday beginning in norfolk both democrats will end the day with a kickoff and dale city and alexandria. tim kaine and george allen will televised first debate on thursday in mclean. >> big news from the national zoo. people have been g for this. the female giant panda gave to her baby panda bear last night. the cub.ave heard a coup it was her second as a result of artificial insemination. we will have more details in a live report coming up in our next hour. >> they only have a 10% chance of conceiving. apple has won another big case t samsung. >> lower manhattan already up to occupy wall street. now. bell >> a big day for the occupy wall street movement. it plans to commemorate its one- anniversary. e at 7:00 a.m. this near the new york stock exchange. nypd has already made dozens of arrests on the weekend. againstase technologyr patented with the international trade commission. this is apple's second u.s. month.ictory in a reorders for t
in virginia. worshipers in harrisburg arrived at their weekly prayer service to find graffiti on the building, apparently including references to iraqis and "this is america." there is no indication whether this is in response to angry anti-u.s. protests in the muslim world. meanwhile, those protests seem to be escalating, spreading to more than a dozen countries in the middle east, including afghanistan. this has forces suffer more losses as the result of inciting attacks. >> these growing protests are threatening more and more americans abroad. it is also straining the fragile relationship in the region. there was barely room to stand in the streets. they were invigorated by the appearance of a hezbollah leader. the prime minister ordered the suspension on youtube of the video of the of the movie that caused the issue. sirens blared where 200 afghans said fiat -- set fire to shops. all signs of a protest that is much more than about a disrespectful video. >> it is about what is taking place in these countries. it is of of going through a complex transition. >> a transition that is getting m
traveled to ohio, new york and florida, virginia and wisconsin. from there will be an offense was, texas and then for a period off >> the man behind the innocence of muslims video was willing to be interviewed by federal agents. >> the spotlight on the film maker's growing stronger. >> he is a very smart man. what do anything for money or fame. >> there's man was a victim of his from. >> how free is the coptic community right now. >> there are >> he made his film with well-known anti islam and bejeweled. he also have ties to steve klein. the speeds at events that are anti islam. the irony, but don't targeting the profit of one faith is in danger and the people of another. >> the weekend is wrapping up. this is the last official weekend of summer. false starts next saturday. we have fog pushing into the bay. 7:00 a.m. tomorrow, fog will be bayside. up for 70's and low 80s and south san jose, los out as it agrees. the warmest places, medley -- mid-80s in antioch. upper 60s and low 70's by the bay. here is a look at the 7 day around the bay. cooler on tuesday as we get more fog. al
and they won. no significant acts of violence. there was a shooting in virginia and there has been some reporting that the suspect had a recent criminal contact in san francisco. that was not a criminal context, it was a psych hold, i reviewed the case and we did what should have been done. the last we had heard from this person in san francisco was 47. he is from virginia and the shooting took place in his home state. lastly, i
and into virginia. that is the north edge of the storm. our air is pretty dry. here's the front to the west of us. it will eventually started to move in. here is a developing storm to the south. forecasters are watching that to see if there's some tropical development down the road. it is pretty close to the coast of texas. kind of a roadblock in the atmosphere. increasing clouds today. a short late to would not be out of the question. this evening is the higher chance for any rain. 75 to 80 for the high temperature today. a small craft advisory on the bay. effluence 10 to 15 --sen of south winds 10 to 15 knots. most of the rain will be falling on tuesday. late today, maybe a shower chance. 79 to mark and a good chance for rain -- 79 tomorrow and a good chance for rain. >> a city boarding house is deemed unsafe. >> it is a growing problem. barry simms will take look inside. here's a preview. >> the tenants wanted us to shows the problems and to get their money back so they could possibly find a better place. the rent was something they could afford. the shelter came with promises and problems. >>
. -- interstate95. in maryland, around the capital lanesy through bethesda, are open. maryland andn virginia looking good. way to start the morning. back to you. >> thank you. gas prices continue climbing, there may be hope on the horizon. average for regular is now $3.86 a gallon, that's up 5 cents in the last week. price for regular here at home is $3.99 in d.c., $3.80 in maryland. prices should start going down, they say. normally they go down this time of year. it is 58 degrees. >> the final flight to california for the space shuttle endeavour has been grounded. california for the space shuttle endea[ male announcer ]nded. citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier bankiking. standa at citibank. okay. [ male announcer ] with citibank's popmoney, dan can easily send money by email right from his citibank account. nice job ben. [ male announcer ] next up -- the gutters. citibank popmoney. easier banking. standard at citibank. american and two russians are after 123 days at station
said something very important. justice lewis powell, then a lawyer in virginia, wrote this for the chamber of commerce, later became appointed by richard nixon to the supreme court. >> just several months later. >> many people look at the "powell memo" as the charter -- >> the foundational, the foundational document. >> and the first big case in this direction was the "first national bank of boston versus bellotti" case, which he wrote the decision on. and what it said was corporations -- the identity of the speaker is irrelevant, which becomes the key -- >> what does that mean? >> what it means is you can't tell corporations that they can't put their money into politics just because they're a corporation. which has, i guess, a surface plausibility to it. but then would you say that, for example, the city of new york can put money into an election -- >> that could be the next step. >> to tell people how to vote? >> if we had any money. city of new york is broke. >> can churches put their money in? i mean, if the identity of the speaker is really irrelevant. and even th
. president obama goes through ohio tomorrow later in the week he goes to new york florida and virginia and wisconsin challenger mitt romney courts latino voters in los angeles and speak truth the hispanic chamber of commerce and interview with telemundo he is expected to hold fund-raising events in utah texas and florida to be seen by some as worse a message in a tight presidential race african american clergy see no good candidate in the race for president won two is a mormon and the other back same-sex marriage. anne mackovic with more. >>> sunday at mount zion church in berkeley for some of that means time to talk politics >>> i don't make recommendations mai on a push to make sure the vote >>> and double a c p is sensing apathy >>> obama won over 95 percent of black voters expected to get an overwhelming majority again but cannot afford to lose much of the base. the president came out in support of same sex marriage. a touchy issue >>> yes it is his >>> mitt romney is mormon a religion that once barred men of african descent from priesthood. >>> for a politician i don't think their
the president. mike is calling from my mom's home state of virginia. good morning, mike. >> caller: good morning. john i wanted to talk to the mvp of current tv. >> i'm like the jimmy ohlson i know. i'm the scab de jour. >> as a fellow entertainer and stand-up comic, i have so much respect for you. >> john: thank you. it has been nice to come here and see what they are trying to do, and they really are going for something independent, they welcome critiques of the democratic party and the president. they are not pretending to be unbiased, but they are also refusing to be in the pocket of the dnc. >> caller: i think the biggest lie i can't stand from the rnc is, hey, we're just trying to help. >> john: they are trying to help. they just don't say who. >> caller: exactly, yes. >> john: when i hear them talking about the war on poverty, then i'll take them seriously. >> caller: yes. i'll originally from virginia but i'm calling from vest virginia, but that was not redneck enough for me. >> john: you are right. would love to see governor romney balk about the poor and
to fall into the 50's across the area. look at the 49 in west virginia. we have called for a good part of the day. clouds have disappeared. they will reemerge tomorrow morning. partly cloudy and cool for your temperatures in the closer towards the district. theok at the timing of d what we havean store. you might need some extra blankets. >> good advice. let's talk about the game between the redskins and nine rams. >> -- and the rams. >> the redskins ran into some trouble. i think his name was josh morgan. >> i thought robert griffiths the third was terrific today. he ran for 82 yards. the the sense -- the defense was pork, the errors were costly. me take you back to st. louis. right at the beginning of the game, here it comes. 30 yards for the touchdown, all the sudden it was 7-0 redskins. bradford, mulligan, all alone. 31-28 st. louis. morgan was called for a personal foul penalty. not even close. the redskins lose 31-28. is rg3 after the game. >> i do not take losing very well. no one should. you have to continue to stay on and stay positive. do not act like it did not happen. y tho
in virginia appeared the air is pretty dry -- some clouds trying to produce some sprinkles. a lot of rain in tennessee and kentucky and arkansas. a cool front up in minnesota and the dakotas producing some thunderstorms. that will play in our weather. most of the readings are in the 50's to near 60. elkton, a 52. westminster, 52. 45 in frederick. the blue shades are some of the readings that have dropped into the 40's. the skies are clear. we will warm up quickly once the sun gets high enough in the sky. these brighter clouds are trying to produce some sprinkles. the more significant rain in kentucky and down south. a disturbance in the gulf coast. then we have a front that will start to move in. the high pressure has to get out of the way. all of the other stuff will start to filter in. nadine is a tropical storm and moving out to the east and northeast in the atlantic. it is tough to get that organize. the tropics are not very active at this stage in the game. shower chances late today. the basic forecast is increasing clouds. a southeast wind at 5 to 10 miles per hour. by tomorrow morn
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with virginia residents who are either undecided voters or those who could change their minds before november. we will follow this focus group with remarks from political reporters. plus your phone calls, comments and tweaks. it's conducted by hart research associates, life here at 7:00 eastern on c-span. >> in his state of the union address, the european commission president called for the european union to evolve into a federation of nation states. he talked about ways to fix the financial crisis and outlook -- outlined long-term goals to promote growth and stability. this is his third state of the union address before the european parliament in strasbourg, france. this is 50 minutes. >> members, may i ask you to please take your seats now. please be seated. i would like to open today's meeting. ladies and gentlemen, please be seated. welcome to everybody. just to remind you that the first program on the agenda, the statement on the state of the union from the president of the union will take place. but before we go to the order of the day, i think it is worth while noting that for today, i
to new york city. later this week, several battleground states. florida on thursday and virginia and wisconsin on friday. mitt romney is in california today. 3:15 eastern he will address hispanic business leaders at the u.s. chamber of commerce national convention in los angeles. we are planning coverage of his remarks that we will have later today. tomorrow he travels to new york city. wednesday, florida. follow the road to the white house on the c-span networks. tonight at 7:00 we'll hear what the voters in one of the key election states, virginia, think about the two candidates. the focus group is made up of undecided voters. it is organized by hart,. following that discussion at 8:30 we will speak with political reporters to get their thoughts on what virginia voters had to say. >> the boston globe posted a discussion thursday with reporters and analysts looking ahead to the final two months of the presidential campaign. alice addressed the president's health care plan, voter id laws, and if you vote. this is an hour and 15 minutes. -- they addressed to the president's health
: berkeley springs, west virginia. caller: when i see a baptist church next to a mosque in the middle east than i would say they have reason to complain. host: john is a democratic caller in albuquerque, new mexico. we will move on to wisconsin, randy, a republican. . good morning. caller: i don't think the government should regulate anything on the web. people can watch anything they want to. the government is trying to take more of our freedoms away. as far as the movie supposedly up,ing the muslims waound susan rice made a fool of herself yesterday on television try to take up for the u.s. and how obama has handled things in the middle east. he has incited this all because of apologizing to the moslems. when you read about mitt romney on the campaign, did you read anything from the washington times on what they said about his campaign or did you just read from the democratic papers? host: i read from the wall street journal as well. there was not a story in the washington times this morning specifically about that. let me give you this headline from the financial times -- so that the wo
loss, prop 23, totally funded by the koch brothers. legislation in west virginia to overturn the new mining safety rules that were put in place after the last mind disaster. the effort to overturn mining safety regulations funded by the koch brothers. i have in the book a page with 53 different organizations. a lot of them by the way research centers on college campuses around the country all for the purpose of disputing the existence of global warming and fighting to do away with any government regulations, so anything to do with climate control. 57 organizations that i was able to find that we do partially or totally funded by the koch brothers. their reach is so great that some has called them the kochapus. they don't do it alone. twice a year with their corporate buddies from around the country and raise money for right wing political cause. two days before the book came out i was so happy this happened because i could tell people you see, i'm not exaggerating. i'm not making this up to two days before the book came out they had their latest come out in palm springs. and i'll tel
a campaign worried about, all right in virginia, women talk about the sequester in florida we will talk about medicare in this state, we will talk about this and now this week with it sort of -- the campaign is acknowledging, no, no, no, we got to went larger argument and the states will follow. >> mystified people that they haven't just, you know, trained in like a laser on the economy and what's going wrong there and goes back to when he picked paul ryan to be the vice presidential pick that, you know, a lot of the conservatives in the base were happy that because they thought it is going to be about policy, it is going to be things like remake the entitlement programs but that took, you know, a lot of discussion, people like me in the press write more about those things, they need to get back to the economy. >> you know, i guess go back, what was the secret sauce to clinton? was it a laser-like focus or did he win a larger argument? >> different circumstances with clinton but he -- largely, it was the larger argument, of course, it's the economy stupid and get the kind of programs together
is in trouble, and i think you have to look at the polls and critical swing states, ohio, virginia, florida, all states that anybody needs to win if they're going to win the presidency and see romney behind, what that does is ignite frankly a pretty familiar cycle in politics. when things aren't going well, recriminations within campaigns start. the finger pointing starts, the background leaks start. and the only thing that can schuh thshoo that away is success. they need success. they need a big break in the news. they need to create their own breaks with policy initiatives. they need some polls that show gaining momentum or you'll hear this chorus of criticism. >> it sounds like according to the sources in the piece, mitt romney is a loyal guy. he's standing by stu stevens and perhaps loyalty isn't necessarily a bad thing. my final question to you, given this article in politico, what is the mood? what really is the mood inside the romney campaign? >> well, i think it is very tense. i think it is very -- there is a lot of mutual suspicion within the campaign of different sides. that's never a
tell the story as the campaign enters its final 50 days. president obama heads to florida and virginia, and romney heads once again to florida. we're joined by susan page and dan balz, chief correspondent for the "washington post." susan, we have been all consuming this daily diet of polls especially from the battle ground states. presumably the romney campaign and the obama campaign have been doing the same thing. do they interpret those numbers the same way we have been? >> well, i think that both campaigns see a small bump for president obama coming out of the conventions, although it's going a little narrower. in these three most critical battle ground states -- ohio, florida and virginia -- you do see obama having a slight advantage, a slightly bigger advantage than he had before. i think this is very worrisome to the romney folks and quite encouraging to the obama side. >> ifill: what do the romney people say about all that? >> they say a couple of things. they think that the bounce was overinterpretted that the president got after his convention. late last week they expected the
of polls out that show in battleground states particularly ohio, virginia and florida, romney is falling five, six, seven eight points behind. whereas is ras muse enpolls for those states shows its dead even and overall while some polls show a bounce for obama after the convention, rasmussen shows that that race head-to-head nationwide is dead even and that the bounce was very temporary. dick armey why these polls are so crazy. are the polls biased. is rasmussen the best along with pew and he said it's a different race. completely head-to-head even. >> personally have never been guided by polls but do i think insofar as there's any validity to these polls it goes back to the point you made earlier, governor romney needs to assert himself in a strong confident way as reagan did. i mean it's not -- it's no longer necessary to tell america that president obama is not up to the job. we know that. what he needs to do now is tell america in chapter and verse details how he is up to the job. and he hasn't really taken that step forward. i think some of the changes he's making, especially the ad
battlegrounds of ohio, florida and virginia showing president obama pulling into the lead, the stakes very high for the romney campaign to do something to carve away at the lead. i want to bring in our senior political editor rick klein tonight in washington. and rick, you and inwere talking about "snl" last night, that opening sketch. the actor playing the president acknowledging it's a rough economy, the job market bad, too, but -- >> i'm not worried. not in the least. should be. our campaign has a secret weapon. and that secret weapon is speaking right now in tulsa, oklahoma. >> hello, i'm mitt romney. and i understand the hardships facing ordinary americans. for example, this summer, one of my horses failed to medal at the olympics. so, i know hardship. >> "snl" last night. rick, we've heard those conservative voices in recent days saying that the challenger, in this job climate, ought to be running away with this by now. did they hit on something here? >> reporter: they did. i think this is devastating in a quiet sort of way perception. this likability gap is not going away. and the fact i
at the university of virginia and the national project has done a lot of work on this. i imagine that these the things you have heard are ready. so, to maximize your happiness and make sure that your future as yet only imaginary children turn out really well. you're all going to rush out and get married. obviously people don't get married for this sort of calculated reasons. even if he did decide to get engaged as soon as possible it would be a little harder in the world today than they used to be because the other side of the kind of paradox of marriage and a 21st century is that just at the time when it has become obvious that marriage is in decline. a retreat from marriage, cohabitation, kind of falling in the hills of the divorce revolution in the earlier generation. you know, people say divorce rates have stabilized, but that may be because fewer people are even attempting marriage and the first place. on the one hand this institution is great for people and on the other hand people are retreating from it. it's not just in the marriage itself that we see this crisis in relat
obama visits new york city tomorrow. he will also visit florida, virginia, and wisconsin. the crummy plans to visit -- mitt romney plans to visit new york also before visiting florida on wednesday. tonight, a focus group with virginia voters who are either undecided or those who could change their minds before november, with both supporters of governor romney and the president. we will follow best focus group to march from political reporters, including dan balz, plus your phone calls and tweets, conducted by hart research associates, starting at 7:00 p.m. eastern on c-span. >> the country faces the starkest choice for president in my memory. you see, president and i have fundamentally different visions that governor romney and congressman ryan. and a different value set that guides us. >> under the current president, we are at risk of becoming a poor country, because he looks to government as a great benefactor in every life. our opponents even have a new model. they say "government is the only thing we all belong to." i do not know about you, but i have never thought of government
in pennsylvania, and the nbc news maris poll has the president winning ohio, florida and virginia. if that happens there's no way mitt romney can win this election. guest: i think that's probably right and i think it's uphill for mitt romney. there's a lot to tap in the last few weeks and i think when it's digested and thought about, if it is thought about, romney still has a very good chance but it's definitely uphill. guest: in the weekly standard, bill crystal says if it's time to panic, it's time to panic about the prospect of four more years of barack obama as president and the weekly from the -- message from the weekly standard is simple, explain how ghastly the prospect of four more years of president obama really is and explain the course after romney-ryan administration that will follow and how the new polices will lead to a national recovery. what he has been saying is mitt romney has not been doing that. guest: well he's been doing it some. mitt romney is criticized -- remember when he put out the 59 points, they said this is too many points, too specific, now he's criticized for not be
't a clue ♪ [ applause ] >> stephanie: oh, rocky mountain mike. david in virginia on mittens. hey, dave. >> caller: good morning. great to have you back, mama. >> stephanie: thank you baby, me too. >> caller: the reason i'm calling, i got another romney out-of-touch moment for you. because there are so many of them, you know. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: i was interviewed by stephanopoulos. he said he was going to cut taxes for the middle class and -- >> stephanie: the middle class is who david? >> caller: exactly. according to romney, the middle class encompasses those making $250,000 a year. >> caller: i'm like on what planet is that middle class? i would like to know. >> median income in america is $51,000. >> stephanie: i was finding the actual -- >> and median means middle. >> stephanie: means middle. >> that's what it means. >> stephanie: wow, in mitt romney's world middle class is $250 a year. >> i'm unemployed. i live o with my mom. we make about $40,000 a year right now. who is he talking abo
points there. in virginia he showed the president up not 5, 1 in virginia. yet that poll by so many media organizations gets ignored, chris, because you tell me, they want the momentum building for the candidate that they believe in. >> there is that, and all so it was their poll so they wanted to tout it more. there is the idea that says this thing is happening. the race is shaping up as we predicted. there is also self-flattery. there is an availability cascade that goes on here. i want to remember this about the power of the narrative. and how powerful the media narrative is in an election. you were talking about trace gallagher how even in tv shows the president's 2010 health law will be touted inside these tv shows. any republican running, particularly against an incumbent democrat who is well liked by the press. any republican running will face it not just on individual stories, but it's a brushfire, a canyon fire they are trying to get through. and that's the challenge of being a republican challenger. that's the problem if you are mitt romney. megyn: we saw it when we were in tamp
no incidents in virginia. there is a slowdown through knowing 10 -- newington. is a beautiful star to the day. you can see the reflection on potomac with 59 degrees but there are changes ahead. there will be a chance of the time you drive home. it is a little cooler this morning. you won't need a sweater by the afternoon. partly sunny with showers later today, 75-79 degrees. we will be back at 7:56. i'm barack obama, and i approve this message. mitt romney's position on women's's dangerous. vo:mitt romney and paul ryan would get rid of planned parenthood funding. and allow employers to deny coverage for cancer screenings and birth control. we can't afford to let him tak away our choices... to take away basic health care. vo: both backed proposals to outlaw abortions...even in cases of rape and incest. i don't think that women's health issues have faced a crisis like this in decacades. >>> take a look at that. stunning video. just released. we've been watching it all morning. you can't look away. an 18-month-old little girl having the time of her young life with a 300-pound gorilla
. the biggest battleground prizes, ohio, virginia and florida. so it is no surprise that that's exactly where president obama is campaigning this week. romney's schedule has not been announced burkts she trying to talk to a group in los angeles. but he is facing an uphill battle. four years ago, president obama won 67% of the hispanic vote. this year polls are indicating he could do even better. karen travers, abc news, washington. >>> due to bad weather nasa postponed the final flight of the space shuttle endeavor for 24 hours. it will now be tuesday when the endeavor piggybacks the jumbo jet and flies for a brief stopover. the endeavor, the youngest of the shuttle fleet flew 25 missions and circled earth more than 4600 times. and three crew members from the international spacestation are back home tonight. they landed about two hours ago in kazakstan after spending more than four months in space. this is video from the so souz space capsule as they undocked from the spacestation. they have been in orbit since may. >>> british royals william and kate arrived on the solomon islands today afte
. with just--oh, i president obama will be traveling through west virginia, wisconsin, and mitt romney will be through texas, utah and florida. this new trade it vantage is a strategy on the political trail. he will take this announcement today with targeting chinese subsidies for exports of china and chinese autoparts. this house parsed china's economy to the forefront as they seek to refocus this political race. >> nancy pelosi saying that paul ryan will give democrats a better chance at retaking the control of the house. the democratic leaders sang to overhaul that medicare was a non- issue starting issue with the elderly. >> we were on path >> we've we have an excellent chance to get that back. >> private insurance companies could compete with a medicare program. democrats are labeling this as a voucher system and it would effectively and medicare. they say that it is necessary to insure senior citizens medical care is intact. >> the topless photographs are now turning legal in this paris court room. they are trying to stop these photographs from being published in the already have
's path is clearer to me. florida, north carolina, virginia, ohio, and either wisconsin or iowa. iowa still right there front and center in james pepe's map as well. >> bret: karl, last word. >> look, i have a minor disagreement. joe said that romney had to take every other state under the scenario of losing ohio. it's simply not true. he takes colorado and wisconsin, iowa and wisconsin, new hampshire, iowa and colorado, nevada and colorado or iowa and new hampshire. there are 11 other ways to get there if you lose ohio. >> what happened to the three, two, one strategy? >> look, i feel good about ohio, because obama is never above 50%. he is stuck there if the mid-to-the high 40s. he has not been able to put away the state. >> fair enough. >> bret: just because i'm not in the studio doesn't mean i can't control the two of you. i'm in iowa. i can still control it. joe, karl, as always, thank you. see you next week. still ahead, another day off for students and another day of scrambling for parents. chicago teachers strike when we come back. lin users test oft. freestyle lite can help y
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